Tocsin

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Tocsin may refer to:

  • An alarm or other signal sounded by a bell or bells, especially with reference to France, or to the bell itself (see tocsin)
  • TOCSIN, the codeword attached by the Royal Observer Corps to any reading on the Bomb Power Indicator after a nuclear strike on the United Kingdom during the Cold War
  • Tocsin Bang, the codeword attached by the Royal Observer Corps to any reading on the AWDREY instrument after a nuclear strike on the United Kingdom during the Cold War
  • Tocsin (album), the second album of 1980s goth rock band Xmal Deutschland
  • Tocsin, Indiana, a small town in the United States
  • Exercise Tocsin, name for the nuclear attack simulation performed by the Government of Canada
  • the fourth and final movement of the Symphony No. 11 (1957) by Dmitri Shostakovich.
  • The Tocsin, an early Australian socialist newspaper
  • TOCSIN, a McCarthyism newspaper
  • Tocsin, a newspaper from Marin County, California that began publication 23 March 1861, and ran until 13 July 1918
  • Chico Enterprise-Record, a newspaper, originated in 1859 as the Tehama Tocsin in Tehama, California.
  • The Tocsin of Liberty , a newspaper from Liberty Party (United States, 1840)